May 2022

Carbon Capture/CO2 Mitigation

CO2 compressor technology for a decarbonized energy economy

Due to the potential of hydrogen in the context of developing a decarbonized energy infrastructure, technologies for efficiently producing, transporting, storing and utilizing it have attracted significant investment.

Brun, K., Elliott Group

Due to the potential of hydrogen (H2) in the context of developing a decarbonized energy infrastructure, technologies for efficiently producing, transporting, storing and utilizing it have attracted significant investment. Of the three H2 production processes commonly used on an industrial scale (steam reforming, partial oxidation gasification and electrolysis), two require hydrocarbons for feedstock and emit significant amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) as a byproduct—the outlier is electrolysis, which requires only water and an electric power source and can be powered by renewable energy. Steam reforming and partial oxidation gasification, by contrast, are complex chemical processes that co

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